Five Ten Paddling Athlete Shon Bollock tells us the latest with the Shasta Boyz. Well with the start of school things are a little silent up here in Mt. Shasta but we found some time to go and surf at the School House wave on the Klamath off I-96. Myself, Ben Stookesberry, Chris Korbulic, and Chiseki rallied out for an afternoon surf.
Brion Voges sat down with UKClimbing.com for an interview.
Climbing is unique in the sense that there is a competitive side, but also a relaxed side to it as well. For me climbing incorporates every aspect of that, being way up in the Rockies where not many people enjoy the rock the same way “us climbers” do, to the energy/psych the comp scene brings; new problems, the crowds, food, and fun what’s not to love?
Squamish, then to the Alpine... Summer seems to be the season that pass quickest for me. July and August, in particular, zip by. Guiding, climbing, and barbeques… it’s over before I know it. Things are cooling down here in Squamish. Soon the rains will come, it’ll be time to leave.
To talk about the history of Peñoles is not easy since it is a place with much past, in fact more past than present. First of all, Peñoles is located in Chihuahua the largest state of México. Peñoles emerged from different cultures; many years ago this place was the route and shelter for nomads from different tribes traveling across the American continent. It was also a stopping place for nomads and traders which lived in boulders painting rocks and carving arrows. Seemingly for a long period of time a community lived in Peñoles using boulders as houses....
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